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Emilia Clarke called 'Dragon Lady' in shops

London , May 30

Actress Emilia Clarke is known as the 'Dragon Lady' when she goes into her local shop here to buy groceries because of her "Game of Thrones" character.

Demi Lovato hit 'other rock bottoms' in rehab

Los Angeles , May 30

Singer Demi Lovato "hit other rock bottoms" after going to rehab in 2010 and says she still has to remind herself every day that she has an addiction.

Iggy Azalea cancels tour

Los Angeles , May 30

Singer Iggy Azalea has reportedly cancelled her upcoming North American Great Escape Tour after postponing it in March.

21 European films to be screened in Kolkata

Kolkata , May 30

Film buffs are in for a treat next month courtesy a festival that brings to the city a bouquet of 21 films from as many European countries.

Film fests good for spotlight: Budding Assamese filmmaker

New Delhi , May 30 After showcasing his film "Sita" in the 'Short Film Corner' at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival, budding Assamese filmmaker Kangkan Deka plans to send his regional work to more fests as he believes such platforms are beneficial for independent filmmakers.

Chris Brown sometimes hated himself

Los Angeles , May 30

Singer Chris Brown says he "looked in the mirror and hated the person" he saw, but he is now ready to turn over a new leaf.

How does Alia Bhatt beat the heat?

New Delhi , May 30

Young and bubbly actress Alia Bhatt remains cool in the scorching summer heat by making sure she eats and drinks right.

'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' crosses Rs.100 crore mark

Mumbai , May 30

Continuing its golden run at the box office, Kangana Ranaut and R. Madhavan starrer "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" has crossed the Rs.100 crore mark worldwide.

Farhan, 'Dil Dhadakne Do' team, to meet Milkha Singh

Mumbai , May 30

Farhan Akhtar was applauded by one and all for his onscreen portrayal of former Olympian Milkha Singh in "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag". Now, when he is heading to Chandigarh to meet the athlete with the cast of "Dil Dhadakne Do", he says it feels like he is going "home".

Documentary on A.R. Rahman screened at White House

Mumbai , May 30

A detailed account on musical influences of double Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman found its way inside the White House in Washington through a special screening of "Jai Ho", a documentary on his work.